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MARRIED,

MARRIED,

On the 6th inst. Lieutenant W. 14. Bent, RoYal Horse Artillery, to Ctiarlotte, second daughter Of Major-General Rimington, of the Royal Artill'ery. • At the Abbey Church, Bath, the Rev. R. Ashe, Rector of Langley Burrell, to Elizabeth, widow of the late Barnard Harman, Esti'. of
October 9, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
. . _ 'L'ON,DOS' - 'III4IILICE 7 g. . - . , ...... ~ . • .. 7 -1 ,

. . _ 'L'ON,DOS' - 'III4IILICE 7 g. . - . , ...... ~ . • .. 7 -1 ,

--- - CORN EXgHANGE. 7l ittt'bsit OCT 7.—the market continues - wito - Wiltlitt;'ithiCh is wry litavy in sale; but I.oe samples are not cheaper:than on Monday); the inferior, to tind purchasers, submit to renuced priees,.,but thele no desnaaosticii.-New is. takr;'• a. 111ouday's
October 9, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
No. 488

No. 488

PRICE
November 20, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
OFFICUL DISPATCHES FROM. diMERICA,

OFFICUL DISPATCHES FROM. diMERICA,

OFFICUL DISPATCHES FROM . diMERICA, For . the Official Dis Patches from Sir GEORGE PREvon, or at feast for as much of them as . Ministets -chase to publish, we refer our readers to The Gazette of last night.' . They are so garbled that nothing is to be learnt (ruin them. The repo
November 20, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ifCCIpENTS,.OITI;;NC4?B, c.

ifCCIpENTS,.OITI;;NC4?B, c.

At five o'clock on Thursday morning a robber cOntrived to get in at the drawing-room of Miss Broderick's house, No. 14, Grosvenor-place, and had gone down the stairs and npeeed street door, for the admission of his accomplices, when he was.met by the butler, who immediately shot
November 20, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
- TO CORRESPONDENTS We are unable to satisfy our Correspondent's (q , constant' ' Reader of ," THE NEWS") ,question

- TO CORRESPONDENTS We are unable to satisfy our Correspondent's (q , constant' ' Reader of ," THE NEWS") ,question

respecting Colonel QUENTIN being originally a groont in the stabks of the PRINCE That he was formerly a Riding-mastir• we believe—but to what he owes his Coioncicy we know notexcept,th-at he is a very tall handsome man—wears an enormous pair - of whiskers—and last, though perhap
November 20, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
siege., and only regretted that, he had not dorie so at an earlier period., That no blame whateVer was to

siege., and only regretted that, he had not dorie so at an earlier period., That no blame whateVer was to

Admiral Hallowell, but that he had thought' the risk too great adopt his suggestion, of.waiting' . another day to bring his ordnance4le importance' of which he did not think ought to be put in scale: with the safety of the force under his command."-- - But Why had Sir John Murra
January 22, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PO LIGE.

PO LIGE.

WOFISIU P-STREET. OF Ma. Dr.itiN i., Tilt SIIEPIIERD AND !MESS F1E1.09.-011 Friday se'nnight, in the morning early,. Mr. Deakie; a respectable, warehouseman ,in Watling-street, was discoveredk naked and nearly • lifeless, in the fields near -the' Shepherd and Shepherdess, City-r
January 22, 1815 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRINCESS OF WALES.

PRINCESS OF WALES.

At the suggestion of Mr, A in the absenee of Lord .t.ls.s - rt,mtEAGt, Mr. postponed his motion relative to the Princess of Walps, to Tuesday next.—Adjourned. - • « rnTntv, •JUNI: 17. , The report of the Poor Relief Bill was taken into further consideratiln, and the Bill ordered
June 19, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES-. •4c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES-. •4c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES - . •4c. Thursday morning the manufactory . of Messrs. Ilowring and Co...nt Ilampton, caught .tire, .when property to the 'amount of 40001. was eAmsumed, exclusive of the dwellinghouse and stables, which were also totally destroyed, tOgetherwith,four cows • an
June 19, 1814 - The News (London) - London, London, England